News Americas, WASHINGTON, D.C., Mon. Aug. 18, 2014: Can you guess where this is?
Its the Anglican cathedral of St John on the island of Antigua.
The present church dates from 1845-48. It is cruciform with nave and aisles, twin west towers, transepts and apsidal chancel. It is built of local magnesium limestone but oddly the stone floor is of imported stone from Bath, England. Most of the fittings were carved in Bristol, England as was the original glass in the windows. Some of these windows have been replaced by stained glass.